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Peer Mentor

Transfer Peer Mentor Program

TPMs with Ellsworth at Open House

Some of our Transfer Peer Mentors hanging with Ellsworth at a Fall Open House


Meet Your Transfer Peer Mentors! 2014-2015


David Booth

Hometown: Lincoln Park, Michigan
Major(s): Criminal Justice and Sociology
Year: Senior
One recommendation for new transfer students: Learn to read and understand your degree audit, this is your holy grail to graduate from Brockport on time.
I love Brockport because the professors, friends, and contacts I have made while attending Brockport that I could call upon after I graduate for a personal reference, seek advice from down the road, or just talk.


Kimberly Schaeffer

Hometown: Henrietta
Major: psychology
Year: Senior
Recommend: keep a planner with all of your assignments in it so you don't miss anything!
Like: there is always an event or something fun to do on campus



Ashley Holland



Aubrey Welch

Hometown: Rochester
Major: Business Administration: Management Concentration
Year: Senior
One recommendation: Always remain on top of your studies and do not be afraid to reach out and ask for help.
I enjoy Brockport because of the friends I have made while attending college here.


Dominick Guglielmo

Year: senior
Major: Accounting
Hometown: Glens Falls
I chose Brockport because they have a great business program and great athletics. 
The advise I would give is to get involved. It will help you make friends and stay active. 


Kat Madsen

Hometown: Brooklyn
Year: Senior
Major: Biology
I like Brockport because: I have a good relationship with my professors. Even though most of my classes were big lectures my professors still knew me by name.
One piece of advice: Forward your Angel to your gmail, and have that sent to your phone (if you can).


Zharise Bryant

Year: Senior
Major: Computer Information Systems
Hometown: Rochester, NY
Why I like Brockport: First, I like my academic program better here, than at my old school. Second, It's much easier to get involved here. I have been involved more in one semester here than I was in three there, and I Love It.
A bit of advice: Don't be afraid to introduce yourself and put yourself out there. Once you get to know a few people, they will introduce you to more, and give you both social and academic information about the school and area.


Lindsay Snyder

Year: Junior
Major: Business Administration
Hometown: LeRoy, NY
What I like about Brockport: I’m in love with the set-up of the campus & the friendliness found throughout it.
Advice: Don’t get discouraged when things don’t seem to be falling into place at first because it’s only a matter of time until everything becomes great here.



Stacey Smith

Year: senior
Major: Psychology & Health Science
Hometown: grow up in Albion NY live in Batavia NY
I like being a student at Brockport because its feels like a tight nit community. I know when ever I need help there are people that will help me either themselves or directing me to the person or people  that can.
Advice I'd give any student transferring into Brockport get involved in campus activities. Doing so you'll get to know more people, you'll have things to do outside of schoolwork, and it will help you to become apart of the Brockport community!


 **More Mentor Information Coming Soon**

Interested in becoming a Transfer Peer Mentor for next semester?  Stay tuned for application deadline. If you have any questions, be sure to contact us!

Share your transfer experience with new transfer students!

What is a Peer Mentor?

  • Peer Mentors play a vital role in helping new students learn about our campus and community by creating a welcoming and informative environment.
  • Mentors are resources for students for information about academic policies and programs, social organizations, campus life and curricular/co-curricular activities.
  • Mentors are representatives of The College at Brockport the summer before, and the current academic semester, who assist with the implementation of the Peer Mentoring program.

Job Description and Responsibilities

  • Serve as a Peer Mentor for incoming transfers by sending out weekly emails to approximately 100 new students; you would answer questions and address any concerns brought forth by students. You would also be responsible for referring students to appropriate offices on campus if necessary.
  • Participate in two training sessions about college policies and educational requirements and services.
  • Overall, help first-year transfer students feel comfortable in their transition to the College by being responsive to and aware of their needs and concerns.

Qualifications for Consideration

Preference will be given to candidates who meet the following preferred qualifications:

  • Current transfer student who has been through the transfer process.
  • Brockport student who will be a full time, matriculated student in current semester, with a flexible co-curricular schedule.
  • In good disciplinary and academic standing (minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5.)
  • Involved in co-curricular activities.
  • Possess the ability to be hard-working, flexible and have a sense of humor.
  • Exhibit excellent communication skills (especially public speaking) and leadership capabilities.
  • Possess outstanding organizational skills.
  • Ability and desire to work with students, faculty and staff.
  • Have a strong commitment to The College at Brockport and the philosophy behind the Peer Mentoring Program.
  • Have a positive, motivated attitude.

Transfers Contact Us!

Phone: 585-395-5439

Email: transfer@ brockport . edu


Last Updated 9/15/14